Get Your Clients the Compensation They Deserve (Without Breaking the Bank)
Minor impact, soft tissue (MIST) injury cases are an uphill battle for plaintiff's attorneys. It is all too easy for insurance adjusters and defense counsel to claim that serious injuries cannot result from an accident causing such minimal property damage. Yet a plaintiff's injuries are not commensurate to those of the vehicle, and debilitating soft tissue injuries should not bar clients from recovery simply because they're "invisible". This program will show you how to overcome insurance company and juror skepticism to prove your client's claim. Learn practical strategies for effectively negotiating and litigating MIST cases - register today!
Differentiate MIST injury cases with potential from those that will only cost you time and money.
Arm yourself with articles, studies and evidence that can disprove key defense arguments.
Get tips for proving soft tissue injuries and addressing pre-existing conditions.
Learn how to overcome insurance defense trial techniques in the MIST injury case.
Spotting Red Flags During Client Intake
Key Articles, Studies, Investigation and Discovery Tips
SUSAN MEEK, M.D., J.D., is an attorney whose practice primarily focuses on medical-legal, corporate and business matters, pharmaceutical and device litigation, nursing home litigation, real estate, mediation, and arbitration. She represents both plaintiffs and defendants in both transactional work and litigation. She has served as a special master in a large multi-party lawsuit and as an administrative law judge in Texas. In the past, she has taught as adjunct professor at the University of Houston Law School teaching ADR, dispute resolution, mediation, arbitration, and legal negotiation. As a mediator and arbitrator for many years in all areas of the law, she is on the federal mediators list in Texas. She has previously served as an expert witness for the Department of Health and Human Services. She earned her B.S. degree from the University of Illinois, her J.D. degree from the University of Illinois (Northern) and her M.D. degree from Chicago Medical School. Ms. Meek trained at the Mayo Clinic and completed an ophthalmologic residency at the University of Arizona. In the past she has served on a Governor’s Task Force and has been involved on committees dealing with medical and legal issues.
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